American artist Roni Horn with one of her blue glass sculptures at Hauser & Wirth Gallery in Hong Kong. Photo: Edward Wong

Art that makes you do a double take: Roni Horn’s mesmerising sculptures in Hong Kong

  • American artist’s glass sculptures almost demand that you stand still and figure out what you are seeing – quite a feat in an age of mass attention deficiency
  • She worries that, in the smartphone age, ‘People’s minds have splintered to the point that they can’t remember from one second to another’
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American artist Roni Horn with one of her blue glass sculptures at Hauser & Wirth Gallery in Hong Kong. Photo: Edward Wong
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Enid Tsui

Enid Tsui

Enid joined the SCMP as senior culture writer in 2015 after many years of covering business and politics in Hong Kong and London. She edited and wrote for the Financial Times and the Nikkei Asian Review, presented on RTHK Radio 3, and launched the Economist Group's first Chinese-language publication, CFO China.